Morning Consult | Adweek Partnership Survey on E-Bikes: Consumer Familiarity, Interest and Feature Priorities
About half (48%) of U.S. adults expressed interest in purchasing an e-bike in the next five years, while more than half (59%) of U.S. adults who own a bike, but not yet an e-bike, are interested.
Among those who are interested in getting an e-bike in the next 5 years, they are most inclined to shop for one at a bike shop, and — regardless of generation — prefer shopping for one in-person over online.
Cost and safety are equally high priorities for choosing an e-bike among U.S. adults; 57% said each is a top priority, while 64% and 62% of those who are very interested in purchasing an e-bike said the same about cost and safety, respectively.
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This survey, which asked about consumers' interest in and perceptions of e-bikes, was conducted between Sept. 7-10, 2023 among a sample of 2,204 adults. The interviews were conducted online, and the data were weighted to approximate a target sample of adults based on age, gender, race, educational attainment, region, gender by age and race by educational attainment. Results from the full survey have a margin of error of +/-2 percentage points.
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